Colorado: Governor Polis Announces Process to Fill Clear Creek County Commissioner for District II Vacancy

DENVER ~ In a press release issued today, Governor Jared Polis announced the launch of a process to select an unaffiliated Clear Creek County Commissioner for District II. This position covers the southeast portion of the county, including the western part of Evergreen and a significant portion of the Floyd Hill community. Interested candidates can find a map of the Clear Creek County Commissioner jurisdictions on the county's website.

The vacancy for this position was created by the passing of Commissioner Sean Wood on May 6, 2024. The selected candidate will serve until January 14, 2025, when the next regularly elected commissioner takes office.

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Governor Polis emphasized the importance of this appointment in light of Commissioner Wood's tragic passing. He encouraged all residents who live in District II and are passionate about public service to apply for this position.

Interested individuals should submit their resume and cover letter to by May 12, 2024. The Governor's Office will then conduct interviews with qualified applicants and provide Governor Polis with a list of recommended finalists by May 16, 2024.

The salary for this position is $84,373.90 annually, along with benefits. This is an excellent opportunity for individuals looking to make a difference in their community through leadership and public service.

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